Consequences of the GF’s withdrawal from Serbia
- 20.12.2017 14:47
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The sharp reduction in Global Fund support has resulted in major financial gaps in HIV and AIDS programming in EECA that governments are not prepared to fill. With no transition plan in place and a lack of support from other donors, Serbia is one of several countries that risks losing its previous successes in HIV prevention. Its last HIV grant form the Global Fund ended in 2014 and it is unable to apply for new funding.
That is why a case study documenting the initial impacts of the Global Fund’s withdrawal from Serbia on the work of harm reduction programs in the country was developed in order to analyze the situation and try to formulate what measures the Global Fund, national governments, civil society, and other donors should consider to ease the transition and safeguard previous gains in HIV prevention in those EECA countries which are in similar situation as Serbia.
The impact of the Global Fund’s withdrawal on harm reduction programs. A case study from Serbia (PDF).
The document was originally published by Eurasian Harm Reduction Network on www.harm-reduction.org
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